National Flowers of Different Countries

National flowers or National emblems since ever hold a great importance in all parts of the world. Almost every country in this world holds its own National flowers that represent that country. Here is the list of National flowers of different countries. Knowing about these flowers is fun as you can gift a friend of yours belonging to some other country with the national flower of his country to greet on their national day.

  • Antigua & Barbuda – Dagger’s Logpink carnation 150x150 National Flowers of Different Countries
  • Argentina – Ceibo Erythrina
  • Austria – Edelweiss
  • Australia – Golden Wattle Acacia
  • Bahamas – Yellow Elder, or Yellow Cedar
  • Balearic Islands – Carnation
  • Bangladesh – Water Lily
  • Barbados – Dwarf Poinciana
  • Belarus – Flax
  • Belgium – Red Poppy
  • Belize – Black Orchid
  • Bermuda – Blue-eyed Grass
  • Bhutan—blue poppy
  • Bohemia – Thyme
  • Bolivia – Kantuta
  • Brazil – Cattleya Orchid British
  • Columbia – Dogwood Tree Flower
  • Bulgaria – Rose Rosa
  • Canada – Maple Leaf
  • Chile – Copihue
  • China – Plum Blossom
  • Columbia – Christmas orchid
  • Costa Rica – Guaria Morada (purple orchid)
  • Cuba – Butterfly Jasminefinland lily of the valley 150x150 National Flowers of Different Countries
  • Cyprus – Rose Rosa
  • Czechoslovakia – Rose Rosa
  • Denmark – Marguerite Daisy
  • Dominica—The bwa kwaib, or Carib tree
  • Egypt – Lotus Nymphaea lotus
  • England – Rose Rosa
  • Ecuador – White Nun Orchid
  • Ethiopia – Calla Lily
  • France – Iris
  • Finland – Lily-of-the-valley
  • Germany – Centaurea/Knapweed
  • Greece – Bear’s breech
  • Greenland – Willow Herb
  • Guatemala – White Nun Orchid
  • Guyana – Water Lily
  • Holland – Tulip
  • Honduras – Orchid
  • Hong Kong – Orchid
  • Hungary – Tulip
  • India – Lotus
  • Indonesia – Jasmine
  • Iran – Red Rose
  • Iraq – Rose RosaAngrek Bulan Indonesia 150x150 National Flowers of Different Countries
  • Ireland – Shamrock
  • Jamaica – Tree of Life
  • Japan – Chrysanthemum (imperial) , Cherry Blossom
  • Jordan – Black Iris
  • Korea – Rose of Sharon
  • Laos – Rice
  • Latvia – Oxeye Daisy
  • Liberia – Pepper
  • Libya – Pomegranate blossom
  • Lithuania – Rue
  • Luxembourg – Rose
  • Madagascar – Poinciana or Flamboyant
  • Maldives – Pink Rose
  • Malta – The Maltese Centaury
  • Malaysia – Hibiscus
  • Mexico – Dahlia
  • Monaco – Carnation
  • Nepal – Rhododendron
  • Netherlands – Tulip
  • New Zealand – Kowhai
  • Nicaragua – Sacuanjoche
  • N.Korea – Azalea
  • Northern Ireland – Flax
  • Norway – Purple Heather
  • Pakistan – Jasminenational flowers 150x150 National Flowers of Different Countries
  • Panama – Dove Orchid
  • Paraguay – Jasmine-of-the-Paraguay
  • Peru – Kantuta
  • Philippines – Sampaguita Jasminum sambac
  • Poland – Corn Poppy
  • Portugal – Lavender
  • Puerto Rico – Puerto Rican Hibiscus
  • Romania – Dog rose
  • Russia – Chamomile
  • Scotland – Thistle
  • Seychelles – Tropicbird Orchid
  • Sicily – Carnation
  • Singapore – Orchid (a hybrid orchid)
  • Slovakia – Rose
  • Slovenia – Carnation
  • Sri Lanka – (Water Lily)
  • S. Africa – Protea
  • S. Korea – Hibiscus
  • Soviet Union – Carnation
  • Sweden – Linnea
  • Switzerland – Edelweiss
  • Tahiti – Gardenia
  • Taiwan (Republic of China) – Plum blossom
  • Trinidad and Tobago – Pride of Trinidad & Tobago/Wild Poinsettia
  • Turkey – Tulip
  • Ukraine – Sunflower
  • United States of America – Rose
  • United Kingdom, England -Tudor rose
  • United Kingdom, Scotland – Thistle
  • Venezuela – Orchid
  • Virgin Islands – Yellow Elder or Yellow Trumpet
  • Wales – Daffodil
  • Yemen – Arabian coffee
  • Yugoslavia – Lily of the Valley

Many European countries do not have a national flower, for instance modern France, Spain and Italy.